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Developing A Home Based Chemotherapy Model, George Xiangyun Ye, Nathan Handley, MD, MBA, Maria Piddoubney, PharmD, Gloria Espinosa, PharmD, Judith Alberto, PharmD, Adam Binder, MD 2020 Thomas Jefferson University

Developing A Home Based Chemotherapy Model, George Xiangyun Ye, Nathan Handley, Md, Mba, Maria Piddoubney, Pharmd, Gloria Espinosa, Pharmd, Judith Alberto, Pharmd, Adam Binder, Md

House Staff Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Conference (2020-)

Lessons Learned

  • Based on our criteria, most medications can be administered in the home setting.
  • A major barrier to administration at home is stability of medications at room temperature. This issue can be addressed by transporting and storing the medication in a refrigerated container.
  • Expectedly, injectable drugs and medications with short infusion times that are stable at room temperature would be easiest to administer at home.


A Mathematical Model To Explore The Potential Of Combinations Of Adt And Immunotherapies, Johnna Barnaby 2020 Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania

A Mathematical Model To Explore The Potential Of Combinations Of Adt And Immunotherapies, Johnna Barnaby

Biology and Medicine Through Mathematics Conference

No abstract provided.


Transcriptional Analyses Of Adult And Pediatric Adamantinomatous Craniopharyngioma Reveals Similar Expression Signatures Regarding Potential Therapeutic Targets., Eric Prince, Ros Whelan, Andrew Donson, Susan Staulcup, Astrid Hengartner, Trinka Vijmasi, Chibueze Agwu, Kevin O Lillehei, Nicholas K Foreman, James M Johnston, Luca Massimi, Richard C E Anderson, Mark M Souweidane, Robert P Naftel, David D Limbrick, Gerald Grant, Toba N Niazi, Roy Dudley, Lindsay Kilburn, Eric M Jackson, George I Jallo, Kevin Ginn, Amy Smith, Joshua J Chern, Amy Lee, Annie Drapeau, Mark D Krieger, Michael H Handler, Todd C Hankinson, Advancing Treatment for Pediatric Craniopharyngioma Consortium 2020 Children's Mercy Hospital

Transcriptional Analyses Of Adult And Pediatric Adamantinomatous Craniopharyngioma Reveals Similar Expression Signatures Regarding Potential Therapeutic Targets., Eric Prince, Ros Whelan, Andrew Donson, Susan Staulcup, Astrid Hengartner, Trinka Vijmasi, Chibueze Agwu, Kevin O Lillehei, Nicholas K Foreman, James M Johnston, Luca Massimi, Richard C E Anderson, Mark M Souweidane, Robert P Naftel, David D Limbrick, Gerald Grant, Toba N Niazi, Roy Dudley, Lindsay Kilburn, Eric M Jackson, George I Jallo, Kevin Ginn, Amy Smith, Joshua J Chern, Amy Lee, Annie Drapeau, Mark D Krieger, Michael H Handler, Todd C Hankinson, Advancing Treatment For Pediatric Craniopharyngioma Consortium

Manuscripts, Articles, Book Chapters and Other Papers

Adamantinomatous craniopharyngioma (ACP) is a biologically benign but clinically aggressive lesion that has a significant impact on quality of life. The incidence of the disease has a bimodal distribution, with peaks occurring in children and older adults. Our group previously published the results of a transcriptome analysis of pediatric ACPs that identified several genes that were consistently overexpressed relative to other pediatric brain tumors and normal tissue. We now present the results of a transcriptome analysis comparing pediatric to adult ACP to identify biological differences between these groups that may provide novel therapeutic insights or support the assertion that potential ...


Increasing Palliative Care Team Involvement In Pediatric Oncology Patients, Sana Farooki 2020 Children's Mercy Hospital

Increasing Palliative Care Team Involvement In Pediatric Oncology Patients, Sana Farooki

Research Days

No abstract provided.


The Society For Immunotherapy Of Cancer Perspective On Regulation Of Interleukin-6 Signaling In Covid-19-Related Systemic Inflammatory Response, Fernanda I. Arnaldez, Steven J. O'Day, Charles G. Drake, Bernard A Fox, Bingqing Fu, Walter Urba, Vincenzo Montesarchio, Jeffrey S. Weber, Haiming Wei, Jon M. Wigginton, Paolo Antonio Ascierto 2020 John Wayne Cancer Institute and Cancer Clinic, Providence Saint John’s Health Center, Santa Monica, California, United States

The Society For Immunotherapy Of Cancer Perspective On Regulation Of Interleukin-6 Signaling In Covid-19-Related Systemic Inflammatory Response, Fernanda I. Arnaldez, Steven J. O'Day, Charles G. Drake, Bernard A Fox, Bingqing Fu, Walter Urba, Vincenzo Montesarchio, Jeffrey S. Weber, Haiming Wei, Jon M. Wigginton, Paolo Antonio Ascierto

Articles, Abstracts, and Reports

The pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has placed an unprecedented burden on healthcare systems around the world. In patients who experience severe disease, acute respiratory distress is often accompanied by a pathological immune reaction, sometimes referred to as ‘cytokine storm’. One hallmark feature of the profound inflammatory state seen in patients with COVID-19 who succumb to pneumonia and hypoxia is marked elevation of serum cytokines, especially interferon gamma, tumor necrosis factor alpha, interleukin 17 (IL-17), interleukin 8 (IL-8) and interleukin 6 (IL-6). Initial experience from the outbreaks in Italy, China and the USA has anecdotally demonstrated improved outcomes ...


How Can We Stop Cancer?, Joseph R. Current 2020 St. John Fisher College

How Can We Stop Cancer?, Joseph R. Current

The Review: A Journal of Undergraduate Student Research

Cancer is a disease that humans have been struggling to combat for centuries. It originates from the accumulation of several mutations over the life of a cell that causes it to evade cell death and multiply rapidly. It can affect any tissue in the body and can spread to other parts of the body through metastasis. Cancer comes in numerous shapes and sizes with different levels of aggression, growth speeds, and health risks. Many treatments for cancer exist today, three of the most popular being surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy, which can be used in combinations with other treatments to ...


Evaluating Awareness Of Low-Dose Computerized Tomography For Lung Cancer Screening, Roshni LeBoutillier DO, Bansi Savla MD, Vincent Wu DO, Zia Khan DO, Erick Mejia DO, Leah Tehranchi DO, My Myers MD, Khine Min MD, Jennifer Broyles MD, Stacy Chase DO 2020 HCA Healthcare

Evaluating Awareness Of Low-Dose Computerized Tomography For Lung Cancer Screening, Roshni Leboutillier Do, Bansi Savla Md, Vincent Wu Do, Zia Khan Do, Erick Mejia Do, Leah Tehranchi Do, My Myers Md, Khine Min Md, Jennifer Broyles Md, Stacy Chase Do

West Florida Division Virtual Research Day

In the U.S., excluding melanoma, lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths.1
Cigarette smoking is the number one risk factor and is linked to 80-90% of lung cancer deaths.2
Low-dose Computerized Tomography has been shown to reduce lung cancer deaths by 20% in randomized control trials and observational studies.4
The U.S. Preventative Task Force recommends annual screening for lung cancer with low-dose computerized tomography (LDCT) in adults ages 55-80 years of age who:

  • Have a 30 pack-year smoking history and
  • Currently smoke or
  • Have quit within the past 15 years.


Do Naturopathic Doctors Play A Role In Cancer Screening In Maine, Evan Barnathan, Mike Kohut, Devra Krassner, Craig Schneider 2020 Maine Medical Center

Do Naturopathic Doctors Play A Role In Cancer Screening In Maine, Evan Barnathan, Mike Kohut, Devra Krassner, Craig Schneider

Costas T. Lambrew Research Retreat 2020

Purpose: Research suggests that patients receiving care from both CAM providers and MDs or DOs experience higher rates of breast and cervical cancer screening than those receiving care from MD/DOs alone. We explored practices of cancer screening and prevention among naturopathic doctors (NDs) in Maine to identify opportunities for collaboration between MD/DOs and NDs, and to improve access to cancer screening and prevention.

Methods: We conducted semi-structured interviews with 16 out of Maine’s 37 licensed NDs, eliciting practices of cancer screening and prevention as well as experiences collaborating with MD/DOs. Transcribed interviews underwent inductive-deductive coding and ...


Manual Scalp Cooling In Early Stage Breast Cancer: Value Of Caretaker Training And Patient-Reported Experience To Optimize Efficacy And Patient Selection, Manaz Rezayee, Nikki Moxon, Staci Mellinger, Amanda Y Seino, Nicole E. Fredich, Tracy L. Kelly, Susan Mulligan, Patrick Rossi, Ijeoma Uche, Walter Urba, Alison Conlin, Janet Ruzich, David B Page 2020 Providence Portland Medical Center

Manual Scalp Cooling In Early Stage Breast Cancer: Value Of Caretaker Training And Patient-Reported Experience To Optimize Efficacy And Patient Selection, Manaz Rezayee, Nikki Moxon, Staci Mellinger, Amanda Y Seino, Nicole E. Fredich, Tracy L. Kelly, Susan Mulligan, Patrick Rossi, Ijeoma Uche, Walter Urba, Alison Conlin, Janet Ruzich, David B Page

Earle A. Chiles Research Institute Fellowship Program

Title:

Manual scalp cooling in early stage breast cancer: value of caretaker training and patient-reported experience to optimize efficacy and patient selection

Authors:

Manaz Rezayee1, BS Nicole Moxon1, RN Staci Mellinger1, RN Amanda Y. Seino1 Nicole E. Fredrich1 Tracy L. Kelly1 Susan Mulligan2, MA Patrick Rossi3, MD Ijeoma Uche1, MD Walter J. Urba1, MD PHD Alison K. Conlin1, MD MPH Janet Ruzich1, DO David B. Page1, MD

Background:

Alopecia is an emotionally distressing common adverse effect of curative-intent chemotherapy in early stage breast cancer.1–6 Although ...


Pd-1 And Pd-L1 Inhibitors: A Single Center Medication Assistance Program (Map) Experience, Sarah Tu, Shuntao Cai 2020 Robert W. Franz Cancer Center, Providence Cancer Institute, Portland, OR, USA

Pd-1 And Pd-L1 Inhibitors: A Single Center Medication Assistance Program (Map) Experience, Sarah Tu, Shuntao Cai

Earle A. Chiles Research Institute Fellowship Program

PD-1 and PD-L1 Inhibitors: A Single Center Medication Assistance Program (MAP) Experience

Sarah Tu, PharmD and Shuntao Cai, PharmD, BCOP

Robert W. Franz Cancer Center, Providence Cancer Institute, Portland, OR, USA

Background: PD-1 and PD-LI inhibitors are a large component of the growing immuno-oncology field and every year there are increasing studies investigating potential indications for these agents. This IRB approved retrospective chart review examines patients in the Medication Assistance Program (MAP) within a large tertiary medical center who are on PD-1 and PD-L1 medications due to financial barriers and/or non-FDA approved regimens (unlabeled indications). This study seeks to ...


Finding Common Threads: How Patients, Physicians And Nurses Perceive The Patient Gown, Christy M. Lucas, Cheryl Dellasega 2020 Penn State College of Medicine

Finding Common Threads: How Patients, Physicians And Nurses Perceive The Patient Gown, Christy M. Lucas, Cheryl Dellasega

Patient Experience Journal

Evidence-based care is standard practice in medicine, but the patient gown has fallen outside the scope of scholarly research. The current gown renders a patient vulnerable, diminishing patients’ sense of identity, agency, and dignity with its one-size-fits-none design. The impact on providers is similarly neglected. Our objective was to explore how patients and providers derive meaning from patient gowns. A convenience sample at an academic medical center was interviewed utilizing a standardized framework developed by a medical student and two PhD-prepared researchers with experience in qualitative methods. The study was inductive in nature, seeking to understand perceptions of the patient ...


A Phase 1/2 Study Of The Oral Flt3 Inhibitor Pexidartinib In Relapsed/Refractory Flt3-Itd-Mutant Acute Myeloid Leukemia., Catherine C Smith, Mark J Levis, Olga Frankfurt, John M Pagel, Gail J Roboz, Richard M Stone, Eunice S Wang, Paul L Severson, Brian L West, Mai H Le, Sabine Kayser, Bao Lam, Henry H Hsu, Chao Zhang, Gideon Bollag, Alexander E Perl 2020 SWEDISH CANCER INSTITUTE.

A Phase 1/2 Study Of The Oral Flt3 Inhibitor Pexidartinib In Relapsed/Refractory Flt3-Itd-Mutant Acute Myeloid Leukemia., Catherine C Smith, Mark J Levis, Olga Frankfurt, John M Pagel, Gail J Roboz, Richard M Stone, Eunice S Wang, Paul L Severson, Brian L West, Mai H Le, Sabine Kayser, Bao Lam, Henry H Hsu, Chao Zhang, Gideon Bollag, Alexander E Perl

Articles, Abstracts, and Reports

FMS-like tyrosine kinase 3 (FLT3) tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) have activity in acute myeloid leukemia (AML) patients with FLT3 internal tandem duplication (ITD) mutations, but efficacy is limited by resistance-conferring kinase domain mutations. This phase 1/2 study evaluated the safety, tolerability, and efficacy of the oral FLT3 inhibitor PLX3397 (pexidartinib), which has activity against the FLT3 TKI-resistant F691L gatekeeper mutation in relapsed/refractory FLT3-ITD-mutant AML. Ninety patients were treated: 34 in dose escalation (part 1) and 56 in dose expansion (part 2). Doses of 800 to 5000 mg per day in divided doses were tested. No maximally tolerated dose ...


Can Magnetic Resonance Imaging Predict Pathologic Findings For Endometrioid Endometrial Cancer?, Elizabeth L. Dickson Michelson, Jessica J. F. Kram, Kayla Heslin, David Baugh, Vikram Bamra, Jiahao Hu, Abhishek Shukla, Scott A. Kamelle 2020 Oncology, Aurora West Allis Medical Center

Can Magnetic Resonance Imaging Predict Pathologic Findings For Endometrioid Endometrial Cancer?, Elizabeth L. Dickson Michelson, Jessica J. F. Kram, Kayla Heslin, David Baugh, Vikram Bamra, Jiahao Hu, Abhishek Shukla, Scott A. Kamelle

Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews

This pilot study aimed to assess the feasibility of precisely measuring tumor diameter and myometrial invasion in patients with endometrioid endometrial cancer (EEC) using preoperative contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Adult patients with confirmed diagnosis of complex hyperplasia with atypia or EEC were included. Three radiologists separately measured tumor diameter and myometrial invasion. Basic descriptive statistics were used to describe patient characteristics and to compare radiology- and pathology-measured tumor diameter and myometrial invasion. Using the pathology results for tumor diameter as the gold standard for comparison, at least 1 radiologist was able to predict largest tumor diameter within 5 mm ...


Exploring Occupational Disruption In Newly Diagnosed Individuals With Cancer With Minor (Dependent) Children, Riley S. Harrold, Susan MacDermott, Becki Cohill 2020 University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences

Exploring Occupational Disruption In Newly Diagnosed Individuals With Cancer With Minor (Dependent) Children, Riley S. Harrold, Susan Macdermott, Becki Cohill

Virtual OTD Capstone Symposium, Spring 2020

Background: According to the American Cancer Society (2019), there were more than 1.7 million new cases of cancer in 2019 alone. Individuals are being diagnosed at a young age with 22.4% of cases occurring in individuals 22-55 years old and whom are childrearing age (Shah et al., 2017). There are an estimated 2.85 million children under the age of 18 who are living with a parent who has cancer (Shah et al., 2017). Newly diagnosed individuals face changes in daily life, the threat of possible death, and fear of dying (Compas et al., 1994). Changes in shared ...


Adverse Aftereffects Of Methotrexate As Chemotherapy On Cognitive Deficits In Rat Models, Jubin Kang 2020 Liberty University

Adverse Aftereffects Of Methotrexate As Chemotherapy On Cognitive Deficits In Rat Models, Jubin Kang

Senior Honors Theses

Patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia have a high five-year survival rate thanks to methotrexate (MTX). However, cognitive side effects are reported, characterized as chemo brain. The study investigated if impulsiveness is part of the aberrant cognitive functions after being exposed to MTX in the early stage of physical development. Adolescent rats were injected with either phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) or MTX. The novel object recognition (NOR) task was conducted a month after the injections to measure the memory deficits. The discounting task was performed after the rats completed training on a fixed-ratio one schedule for both levers. The NOR test showed ...


Genetic Relationships And Therapeutic Options For Relapsed Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, Hailie Shertzer 2020 Liberty University

Genetic Relationships And Therapeutic Options For Relapsed Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, Hailie Shertzer

Senior Honors Theses

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is the most common form of cancer among children and can be lethal to the adult population. Though 80% of patients with ALL reach complete remission after treatment, about 20% of those diagnosed fail to remain cancer-free. Genetic rearrangements are the hallmark of relapsed ALL, but the mechanism by which these rearrangements occur is still unclear. Recent research suggests these mutations may be detectable during initial diagnosis. If researchers are able to accurately assess the probability of relapse during diagnosis by analyzing the genome of the leukemic cells, the likelihood of administering effective therapy would increase ...


Lymphatouch™ As A Preparatory Method For Chemo-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy And Radiation-Induced Fibrosis: A Case Study, Abigail Harris 2020 Belmont University

Lymphatouch™ As A Preparatory Method For Chemo-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy And Radiation-Induced Fibrosis: A Case Study, Abigail Harris

OTD Capstone Projects

Quality Improvement: Aims to explore the ability to expand the services offered at the Nashville Breast Center and potentially provide improved health-related quality of life for patients in the survivorship stage of breast cancer. Case Study: To assess the LymphaTouch ™ device for use in treating Chemo-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy and Radiation-Induced Fibrosis.


Epigenomic Profiling Of Neuroblastoma Cell Lines., Kristen Upton, Apexa Modi, Khushbu Patel, Nathan M Kendsersky, Karina L Conkrite, Robyn T Sussman, Gregory P Way, Rebecca N Adams, Gregory I Sacks, Paolo Fortina, Sharon J Diskin, John M Maris, Jo Lynne Rokita 2020 Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Epigenomic Profiling Of Neuroblastoma Cell Lines., Kristen Upton, Apexa Modi, Khushbu Patel, Nathan M Kendsersky, Karina L Conkrite, Robyn T Sussman, Gregory P Way, Rebecca N Adams, Gregory I Sacks, Paolo Fortina, Sharon J Diskin, John M Maris, Jo Lynne Rokita

Kimmel Cancer Center Faculty Papers

Understanding the aberrant transcriptional landscape of neuroblastoma is necessary to provide insight to the underlying influences of the initiation, progression and persistence of this developmental cancer. Here, we present chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing (ChIP-Seq) data for the oncogenic transcription factors, MYCN and MYC, as well as regulatory histone marks H3K4me1, H3K4me3, H3K27Ac, and H3K27me3 in ten commonly used human neuroblastoma-derived cell line models. In addition, for all of the profiled cell lines we provide ATAC-Seq as a measure of open chromatin. We validate specificity of global MYCN occupancy in MYCN amplified cell lines and functional redundancy of MYC occupancy in MYCN ...


Comparative Lipidomics Of 5-Fluorouracil-Sensitive And -Resistant Colorectal Cancer Cells Reveals Altered Sphingomyelin And Ceramide Controlled By Acid Sphingomyelinase (Smpd1)., Jae Hun Jung, Kohei Taniguchi, Hyeong Min Lee, Min Young Lee, Raju Bandu, Kazumasa Komura, Kil Yeon Lee, Yukihiro Akao, Kwang Pyo Kim 2020 Institute for Systems Biology, Seattle, WA, USA

Comparative Lipidomics Of 5-Fluorouracil-Sensitive And -Resistant Colorectal Cancer Cells Reveals Altered Sphingomyelin And Ceramide Controlled By Acid Sphingomyelinase (Smpd1)., Jae Hun Jung, Kohei Taniguchi, Hyeong Min Lee, Min Young Lee, Raju Bandu, Kazumasa Komura, Kil Yeon Lee, Yukihiro Akao, Kwang Pyo Kim

Articles, Abstracts, and Reports

5-Fluorouracil (5-FU) is a chemotherapeutic drug widely used to treat colorectal cancer. 5-FU is known to gradually lose its efficacy in treating colorectal cancer following the acquisition of resistance. We investigated the mechanism of 5-FU resistance using comprehensive lipidomic approaches. We performed lipidomic analysis on 5-FU-resistant (DLD-1/5-FU) and -sensitive (DLD-1) colorectal cancer cells using MALDI-MS and LC-MRM-MS. In particular, sphingomyelin (SM) species were significantly up-regulated in 5-FU-resistant cells in MALDI-TOF analysis. Further, we quantified sphingolipids including SM and Ceramide (Cer) using Multiple Reaction Monitoring (MRM), as they play a vital role in drug resistance. We found that 5-FU resistance ...


A Unique Presentation Of Cutaneous Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma, Mary Awad, Erik Holzwanger, Sandeep Jubbal 2020 University of Massachusetts Medical School

A Unique Presentation Of Cutaneous Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma, Mary Awad, Erik Holzwanger, Sandeep Jubbal

Open Access Articles

Cutaneous B-cell lymphomas (CBCL) are rare heterogeneous neoplastic diseases composing about 22.5% of all cutaneous lymphomas. These diseases can be divided into primary and secondary cutaneous variants with primary cutaneous B-cell lymphoma (PCBCL) divided into three distinct entities including primary cutaneous marginal zone lymphoma, primary cutaneous follicle center lymphoma, and primary cutaneous diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, leg type (PCDLBCL, LT). Secondary cutaneous diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (CDLBCL) and PCDLBCL, LT are more aggressive neoplasms compared to the aforementioned CBCL with survival rates of 37% and 50% after 5 years, respectively. CDLBCL can present as cutaneous or subcutaneous nodules, papular ...


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